Electric field outside a long wire carrying charge q is proportional to :
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Using Gauss Law across the cylindrical Gaussian surface,
∫E.dS=qencϵ0 ∴E×2πr×l=λ×lϵ0 ∴E=λ2πrϵ0
Here λ is the linear charge density on the wire.
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